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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 August 1891

Great Bend vs. Larned. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. Game Called at 4:15 P. C3. A. S. HOTJCK, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND FANCY GOODS. LOCAL COMMENT. Deering Mowers and Deem Hakes at G. N. & E. R. Moses. The next G. A. R. encampment goes to Washington, D. C. Call on Simpson & Co. for Paints, Oils, Varnishes and White Lead. John W. Smith, of Pawnee Rock, has received a pension of $12 a month Try our 50 cent machine oil; ask Levi Gunn about it. Simpson & Co. The Ellinwood boys are going to have a horse race, Saturday the 15th. The Halladay and Wood manse Wind Mills at G. N. $ E. K. Moses. Will Ferger has put a new attract ive sign in front of his popular bath rooms. For auything you want in the drug line call on Simpson & Co. Sam Pratt, of this city, had a finger smashed off. at the Great Bend Mills Monday. Simpson & Co. for fine chewing and smoking tobacco. Win. Friend last week bought the Hubbard business block on Main sreet; consideration 6,500...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 August 1891

DOG-DAY DELIGHTS. The weather now is torrid; t " Our sticky clothes feel horrid; The moisture on oar forehead Never dries. Mosquitoes, madly biting. Make sleepless nights exciting; We're tired out with fighting Pesky flies. For work or for diversion We hare a strong aversion - To breathe is an exertion We would shun. Though cooling drinks we're taking Our thirst is never slaking We're boiling, broiling, baking In the sun. Along the streets we totter With fans that make us hotter; We wish we were an otter Or an eel; In waters 'neath the willows We'd lay on muddy pillows How cool below the billows It must feel. Though ganzy our attire All night long we perspire . . And dream eternal fire Is our bed; We'd dollars give in numbe For just one cooling slumbet Where the crispy, green cucumber Hides its head. O, won't the weather wizard Refresh us with a blizzard And turn our very gizzard Into ice. Where deepest drifts were snowing And coldest waves were blowing We'd linger, feebly crowing: ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 August 1891

THE BOYS IN BLUE. Grand Parade of the G. A. R. at Detroit. Forty Thousand Veterans In Line Many Old Battle Flag Again Flans to tbo Breeze Showing- of Westera States, -v Detroit, Mich., Aug-. 5. The national encampment of the G. A. R. and the Celebration of its silver anniversary formally opened yesterday with a rand parade. Special trains bringing' state delecrationc from all parts of the count y poured 'into the city all night and early in the morning. OUi 'ers brought visit ors not officially identified with the 'encampm,iit by the thousand, and at 10 o'clock the streets com. veazey. were . almost im passable. The head of the procession moved at 11 o'clock and both in num bers and equipment the parade was one of the most magnificent ever made by the -Grand Army. Most of th veterans wore new and handsome uniforms and there was no end of novel features. The Philadelphia contingent, nearly 600 strong, carried -umbrellas, each one painted to represent a portion of the battle of Gettys...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 August 1891

V A- - J j-ww-. .OFFICIAL. COUHTY PAPKR J $1.50 PES YEAR, IN ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS DEL1NQDENTTAX LIST For the Taxes for Elie Year 1890. County Treasurer's Office, Barton County, Kansas. JOT.T 10. 1891. XTWmi? I hereby given that I "will sell, , at Si U 1 1 vXa . public auction, at my office in the CoarVHouae, In the City of Great Bena, finsaa, ON TUESDAY THE 1st DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1891, , ... a t.v in., an1 continuing TromXy to dr unul thTwie 7S 'completed, or so .ZkoiWhract of land or city or town lota in- uc.n,L YXZXJrXU ZZi necessaTv ciuaea - for the year 189a L.M.KRATJSK, Cocjitt Trbasurkb. CLEVELAND TOWNSHIP. HAMS A DBSCBIPTION. B. PKodytekneM....... UPPR Crk aliiiwM 1 i. 16 AX'T. 13 72 7 07 8 37 John Redetike w nw 5 .. .. Jacob PolzinseH 6 .. John Redettke lots 1 and 2 and s Jne y. 2 ' - Jacob Polzin n ne hi 7 . . Garr Scoot fc Co. nw J 10 .. .. OWMurphyiwK.. .. .. Godfrey Ilardzman se hi . . 11 -. McCoy nhiaehi and aehi....... 13...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 August 1891

COUNTY ' OEMOOB AT : THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED IN . THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON OOinTTY VOLUME VIII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1891. NUMBER 22. h Y i, V 1 EDITOEIAL COMMENT. Chakters for five stale banks were taken out at Topeka on Monday of last week. That would not indicate that Kansas was "busted" to any great extent. ' A grocer has been selling 4he To peka people chicory and peas for coffee. It is pretty hard to get anything in the line of beverages in Topeka which is pure. Florence Bulletin. A good crop year is always bailed with joy by the republican leaders for two special reasons: To harvest it di verts the attention of the people, and when harvested there is that much more for the politicians to tax. N. Y. World. - We acknowledge the receipt of a season ticket to the Kansas State Fair, to be held at Topeka, September 11th to 19th inclusive. Anyone wishing in formation concerning the state fair can procure same...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 August 1891

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE. EDITOR ASDTUOra KTOK. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. John Ixtglis. D. IX, lord justice-1 . general of Scotland, is dead. Watkk from the eulf of California is I s caid to be flowing into the new Sal ton lake in two places. It is stated in Rome that if the next vapal conclave is held abroad the gov ernment will occupy the Vatican and exclude the new pope. A fabmkb of Pittsfield, Mich., when asked what flavor he wanted in his eoda-water, replied, Onion, please.' He was in earnest, too. Gen. Booth, now on his way to south Africa, announced at a London "de parture" meeting that it was proposed to build an international Salvation army temple at a cost of $U 000,000. Jesse Pomebot, the Boston boy mur derer, who is serving a solitary life sentence, attempted to escape recent ly, lie had in his possession a case. knife which had been notched so as to make a rude saw. He was discovered at work on the bars of the windows in his cell. This is his second ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 August 1891

HS DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AXI) I'KOl'l.'IKTOlt. GREAT T)ENI! -" - - - KAXSAf OUR OLD BRINDLE COW. . TProm the days of my youth I remember full well " - ', 'Our old brindle cow with the resonant belL Crooked horns, snowy white, a long silky tall, And a big; round udder that filled full the pall- ' ' ' ' The old brindle cow. The kind brindle cow. The big brindle cow, "That switched my young eyes with her long, silky tail! .Her eyes large and bright had a sort mellow light, .And she ne'er gave a kick though I grasped her teats tight. -As they poured forth, their streams, making foam snowy white. The bitr brindle cow, The old brindle cow, The kind brindle cow "Was the pride of the farm and the farm-boy's delight. Though as kind as a dog, and of manner se date, "With her horns she could lift every bar, every gate; A.nd just when the pease were beginning to bloom. A.nd the early sweet corn was beginning to boom. The eld brindle cow, The sly brindle cow, The bad brindle cow To dest...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 August 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL E. ITOU, rablisatr and Proprietor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One rear ...MM Six months Three month... u Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postof&ce. tar All adTertisement or ' commo aications, to ob tain an insertion in the ukmockat, musi u uauucu in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the rery latest. a niTx fnra meetint? of the demo cratic county central committee will be issued next week. Each committee man will receive personal notice, and each member should make a special effort to attend the meeting. Barton county democrats are "in it" this year, and don't you fail to remember it. All it reauires to elect a full demo cratic ticket is that every man who be lieves in the justness of the fight for tariff reduction, free coinage of silver, the Austr?lian ballot system, a vote on the revision of ur state constitution, government control of railroads and tPiorranh lines, and ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 August 1891

A. S. HOTJCK," DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND FANCY GOODS. Children Cry for Pitcher'o Caotorla. LOCAL Peoples party convention at Hois ington Saturday. Simpson & Co. for fine chewing and smoking tobacco. Oysters are ripe next Tuesday, the 1st ot September. Is anybody in this county going to celebrate Labor Day? Deering Mowers and Deem Attkes at G. N. & E. R. Moses. Seu the New York store's announce ment of a cloak sale. For anything you want in the drug line call ou Simpson & Co. The Hon. Morg. was off on a toot down through Indian Territory, last week. Call on Simpson & Co. for Paints, Oils, Varnishes and White Lead. Watermelons in plenty, as fine as were ever grown, can be bought for a reasonable price. The Halladay and Woodmanse Wind Mills at G. N. & E. R. Moses. .How do you like the sample of electricity furnished last Fridaj even ing by Mr. Kapp? Try our 50 cent machine oil; ask Levi Gunn about it. Simpson & Co. Sunday last was ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 August 1891

- - i. CHAPTER I. ATATA-TA Itatata-ta!" re sounded in my poor aching head with un merciful monot ony. The train rushed swiftly through the dark December night. I was rocked to and fro on my soft cushions; al though t h o r - oughly fatigued I could not sleep. I reopened my eyes . unwillingly, looked out into the impenetrable dark ness, then at the flickering light of the lamp and finally at my fellow-travelers. It was a strange company. Opposite me sat a deeply-bronzed, ' martial-looking corporal. He had drawn tho hood of 'his black cloak over his head and was snoring with enviable comfort. Between his legs, which were incased in scarlet hose and light gait ers, stood a large, heavy box. Upon entering he had pointed it out as being filled "du liquidc," and handled it with loving care. Our strict officials had never allowed such a large article to pass as hand-baggage, but in this in stance they only smiled, and I drew up my feet on the seat resignedly. Farther on, as near as possibl...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 August 1891

THE PRESIDENT AT ALBANY. President Harrison Receives an Ovation at Albany, X. T. He Is Welcomed By Got. ; Hill and Speak to the People Ill View on the Stoney Question. Albany, N. Y., Aug. 19. The presi-. dent left Cape May yesterday morning on a special train for this city. The West Shore private car No. 90, in -which the president is traveling, is a palace on wheels and has been specially ar ranged for his comfort and convenience on this trip. At Selkirk the Albany citizens com mittee met the president, who reached Albany shortly before 6 o'clock. A presidential salute greeted the party. They were driven to the city hall square, where thousands waited about the platform on which were Mayor Manning, Gov. Hill and the state officers. The president' received an ovation as he approached the front of the platform. Mayor Manning then welcomed the president on behalf of the city, after which Gov. lill wel comed the president on behalf of the state. Mr. Harrison replied at some length. He ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 August 1891

THE DEMOCRAT; TjTTTrT h r. nnTTW'mv TsiiPTrn WA A, 1W1AM wwwa... 2J $1.80 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 11 WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BKND, - - KAN8AS DEL1NQUENTTAX LIST For fctiB Taxes for tlie Year 1890. County Treasurer's Office, Barton Couoty. Kansas. Jult 10. 1891. NOTICE T herehv el ven that I wilTOeiT: at nubile auction, at my office in the Court House, in the city or urea uu, n.aua, OS TUESDAY THE 1st DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1891, Commencing at 9 o'clock a. m., and continuing from day to day until the sale is completed, or so much of each tract of land or city or town lots in clnded in the following list as may be necessary to pay the taxes and charges thereon for the year L. M. KRAUSE, Cockty Trbasubeb CLEVELAND TOWNSHIP. H1MI A DESCRIPTION. T. 16 AX'T, PKodytekneJf...... UPBRCoejJnwH ... John Redetzke w nw . 1 . 1 11 J18 72 7 07 . 5 . 6 8 87 17 55 18 05 8 87 14 74 Jacob Polzin se J. . . John Redetrke lots 1 and 2 and a 6 y. ne yt Jacob Poizin n i ne Il,rr HmoI A Co. Df ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 September 1891

r it- . -, . . ON COUNTY DEMOCRAT THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPI4 BART y r n i . OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON OOU1TTY j j ' VOLUME VIII. . . GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 31891. NUMBER 23. j EDITOEIAL COMMENT. "Consistency is a jewel." But it is not popular for Kansas republican editors to wear that kind of jewel." Just imagine, democrats,what a time Czar Reed will have next winter trying to catch the democratic speaker's eye! WniLK everyone 'knows that the en tire west i3 for free silver, the republi can league, in convention at Topeka last week, did not dare pronounce in favor of free silver. In fact, they did not dare to do anything that they could not crawfish on if it becomes necessary. TnK Ladies Magazine, published by Reynolds Bros, of Newton, reaches our table this week. It is a very neat monthly, published exclusively in the interests of Kansas ladies, and should meet with merited success in that field. Send 10 cents for ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 September 1891

THE DEMOCRAT t vyiLL E. STOKE. EDITOR AND PttOl'RlETOR. GREAT BEND. KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. A cattle range in Washington is over 300 miles long and 200 miles wide. Emigration from Italy continues on , vast scale, many going to Brazil. Thk cold snap in Indiana killed off the grasshoppers and no more trouble is expected. The Georgia mother who sold her twin babies for a dollar probably made a. good bargain for the twins. According to a New York appellate court a man's note made payable "sixty days after death" is good against the maker's estate. The mackerel catch off the coast of Ireland is less than half of last year. The business is threatened with failure in the near future. The New York Sun makes the world's shortage this year in wheat and rye 030.000,000 bushels; that is, the world lacks that much for enough consump tion. On the Fond du Lac Indian reserva tion in Minnesota over 10,000-, 000 feet of pine have been illegally cut and one of the inspectors is said to have ordered ar...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 September 1891

1"HE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR iND VnOlMilKIOB. GREAT BEND, KANSA5 OPEN THE DOOR. Open the door, let In the air. v The winds are sweet and the flowers are fair; .Joy la abroad In the world to-day. II our door is wide he may come this way. Open the door. Open the door, let in the son, He hath a smile for every one; : He has made of the raindrops gold and gems, . He may change our tears to diadems. Open the door. Open the door of the soul, let in Strong, pure thoughts, which shall banish sin; They will grow and bloom with a grace divine, .And their fruit will he sweeter than that of the Tine. Open the door. Open the door of the heart; let In : Sympathy sweet for stranger and kin; .It will make the halls of the heart so fair That angels may enter unaware. Open the door. Harriet Smead. In Inter Ocean. OUR of us a younglady, governess in an officer's family a w ealthy merchant, middle-aged the compa n y s horse-sho er, bound for the stables at Den ver and my- &self, government a...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 September 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL L. ITOU, riMhker and rroprietor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TEBM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASK. One year Hix months Three months... .11.50 . .75 . .50 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend , postomce. AVA11 adTertlsements or communication, to ob tain an Insertion in the Democbat, must be banded in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the Democratic County Central Committee of Barton County, Kansas, is hereoy called, to meet in the parlors of the Grand Central Uotel, Great Bend, on Saturday, September 12th, .at.lO:00 o'clock a. m., for the pur pose 4f calling a convention to put in nomination candidates for county offi cers. Fred Zutavern, Chairman. Will E. Stoke, Secretary. A Sad Death. Died At the home of his parents in Great Bend, Sept. 1, 1891. Edward 1. Buckland, oldest eon of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Buckland, aged 18 years and 18 days. The sudden and unexpected death of th...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 September 1891

Ml Y ST IE TO ALL! A. S. HOTJCK, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY; AND FANCY GOODS. TONS OF SEASONABLE, MERCHANDISE JUST ; OPENED AND READY FOR INSPECTION. Never in the history of Great Bend has such a vast amount IiOCAIj comment. The city school will open Mofiday of next week, the7th. We meet all legitimate competiton. St. Louis Store. " John H." Bement ww up from Paw nee Rock, Monday. John says he will vote for democrats this fall it it takes a town lot. Two young sons of J. C. Laflerty were kicked by a runaway horse one day last week, and miraculously both escaped serious injury. , Notice the call for a meeting of the democratic county central committee. Let every committeeman make it a pecial point tolattend. No fights are reported for last Sun day, but the Evening News says a lot of country boys were spreading car mine over the metropolis. E.G. Wyman, of the west side, was in the city Tuesday hunting threshing hands. He was surprised to learn that laborers we...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 September 1891

TIRED. "So tired, so tired, my heart and IP' E. EL Browning. What though we're tired, my heart and It It matters not, there's more to come; We must live on, we cannot die. Most rise and gird our armor on. We must be strong, my beart and I, For heavy burdens weigh us down. ' They press so bard, yet they must try To lift the cross, who'd wear the crown. We must be brave, my beart and I, We have no time to give to tears For broken hopes, that ruined lie Along the pathway of the years. We must look up, my heart and X. Straight on, where faith and hope are seen, With eager step and earnest eye, With steady trust and steadfast mien. . Look up, not down; look on, not back. And grasp the hand of faith secure, Pornot a good thing shall he lack - Who thus through all things shall en dare." . "Tired out," yon say; nay. nay, not so! For. "as the day, thy strength shall be, And lie who bids you "Rise and go," lias also said: "Come, follow met" He does not ask that we should tread A path lie has ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 September 1891

1 OVER A TRESTLE. 'Awful Accident on a North Caxo . Una Railroad. A Paanjrer Trsln Goes Orer Hlg-h Brldg- Every Person In the Sleeper Killed The Dead May Nnmber Forty The Victims. Charlotte, N. C Auff. 23. The most disastrous railroad wreck ever known in this state occurred yesterday morning' about 2 o'clock at Boston bridge, two miles west o Statesville, on the Western North Carolina rail road, . s Passenger train No. 9, known as the fast mail, which, made up at Salisbury, pulled out on time (1a.m.) loaded with passengers. It was composed of a bag gage and mail car, second and first class coaches, Pullman sleeper and Superin tendent Bridge's private car, "Daisy." This sleeper, which was from Golds boro, usually contains a good number of passengers from northern points, and last night was no exception. The run to Statesville was' made on time, a distance of twenty-five miles, but just after leaving Statesville there I is a high stone bridge spanning Third creek and down into this cr...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 September 1891

THE -DEMOCRAT. OmCIAL COU'flTY FAPBR. J 2 $l.SO PER YEAJt, IK ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOB. GEEAT Bk'ND, - - KANSAS GEO. F LilRSH, Proprietor Carry a Complete Line ot SADDLES and Manufacture Harness to order. Do Trimming and West of Great Bend Implement Great : Bend. - Be Svire scndi Visit, t,li ft Sti. Louds Store ft In. Ttieir ISTew Quarters, IDIES-ST G-OODS, ciiiOi'DESiinro-, .For Bargains in BC a ie :e ie: or 3 TIEBTTZISriEZS, dec: ST. LOUIS STORE, - - Sole Agents for Buttereck's WS ARE HOW RECEIYIKG FALL TRADE, And are able to sell all classes of FURNITURE At prices never before offered in Great Bend. We quote few of the Bargains we are offering. Single Lounges in Carpet, S5.00 Bed Lounges in Carpet - 7.50 Single Lounges in Plush, 6.50 Bed Lounges in Plush - - 3.50 We are agents for the Davis Sewing Machine, the best I machine in the market. Call for Kimball Organs ana Pianos ble parties on easy payments Western Keeney Sells Reeney Sells Groceries. J. V. BRINKM...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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